A Boston man feels he is "vindicated" after a court found him "not responsible" for cell phone use, as he was accused of taking a picture of a Lexington police officer in May, reported FOX Boston.
Dr. Curtis Schondelmeyer took a photo of Lexington officer John Frissore while the officer worked traffic, indicating that he was upset with the officer talking on his phone, reported FOX. Schondelmeyer then got a ticket for "impeded operation with a handheld device" for $40. In Concord District Court on Wednesday, he argued that he wasn't driving and considered the ticket "payback." He was found not responsible in minutes, said FOX.